ATL @ LA Week 2, 2022 Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Rams

ATL @ LA Week 2, 2022 Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Rams

ATL @ LA Week 2, 2022 Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Rams

THE BLITZ projects the Los Angeles Rams to be the 7th-most pass-heavy team in football (context-neutralized) at the moment with a 64.0% pass rate.

, THE BLITZ projects the Rams to call the 4th-most plays on offense on the slate this week with 65.7 plays, based on their underlying tendencies and game dynamics.

, The forecast calls for 0-mph wind in this game. Low wind typically means increased pass volume, increased TD potential, and increased passing effectiveness.

, Cooper Kupp has run a route on 97.1% of his team’s dropbacks since the start of last season, ranking in the 99th percentile among wideouts.

, THE BLITZ projects Cooper Kupp to notch 12.0 targets in this contest, on average, ranking in the 100th percentile among WRs.

, The Rams are a big 10.5-point favorite this week, indicating an extreme rushing game script.

, THE BLITZ projects the Rams to call the 4th-most plays on offense on the slate this week with 65.7 plays, based on their underlying tendencies and game dynamics.

, THE BLITZ projects Darrell Henderson to notch 15.5 rush attempts this week, on average, putting him in the 91st percentile among RBs.

, Darrell Henderson has garnered 57.8% of his team’s carries since the start of last season, putting him in the 88th percentile among RBs.

, The Los Angeles Rams O-line grades out as the 5th-best in football since the start of last season in run blocking.

, THE BLITZ projects the Los Angeles Rams to be the 7th-most pass-heavy team in football (context-neutralized) at the moment with a 64.0% pass rate.

, THE BLITZ projects the Rams to call the 4th-most plays on offense on the slate this week with 65.7 plays, based on their underlying tendencies and game dynamics.

, The forecast calls for 0-mph wind in this game. Low wind typically means increased pass volume, increased TD potential, and increased passing effectiveness.

, THE BLITZ projects Matthew Stafford to attempt 38.2 passes in this game, on average: the 7th-most of all quarterbacks.

, The Los Angeles Rams O-line ranks as the 5th-best in the NFL since the start of last season in protecting the QB, which has a strong effect on all passing attack stats across the board.

, THE BLITZ projects the Los Angeles Rams to be the 7th-most pass-heavy team in football (context-neutralized) at the moment with a 64.0% pass rate.

, THE BLITZ projects the Rams to call the 4th-most plays on offense on the slate this week with 65.7 plays, based on their underlying tendencies and game dynamics.

, The forecast calls for 0-mph wind in this game. Low wind typically means increased pass volume, increased TD potential, and increased passing effectiveness.

, Tyler Higbee has run a route on 85.1% of his team’s dropbacks since the start of last season, ranking him in the 99th percentile among TEs.

, THE BLITZ projects Tyler Higbee to total 6.4 targets in this game, on average, putting him in the 92nd percentile among tight ends.

, The Falcons are a big 10.5-point underdog in this week’s game, which points towards an extreme passing game script.

, THE BLITZ projects this game to see the 3rd-highest volume of plays run on the slate this week at 130.2 plays, accounting for the tendencies of each team and game dynamics.

, The weather report calls for 0-mph wind in this game. Low wind typically means higher pass volume, higher TD potential, and increased passing efficiency.

, Opposing QBs have averaged 37.3 pass attempts per game against the Los Angeles Rams defense since the start of last season: 3rd-most in the NFL.

, THE BLITZ projects Drake London to garner 7.8 targets in this week’s contest, on average, placing him in the 89th percentile among WRs.

, The Falcons are a big 10.5-point underdog in this week’s game, which points towards an extreme passing game script.

, THE BLITZ projects this game to see the 3rd-highest volume of plays run on the slate this week at 130.2 plays, accounting for the tendencies of each team and game dynamics.

, The weather report calls for 0-mph wind in this game. Low wind typically means higher pass volume, higher TD potential, and increased passing efficiency.

, Opposing QBs have averaged 37.3 pass attempts per game against the Los Angeles Rams defense since the start of last season: 3rd-most in the NFL.

, The Los Angeles Rams defense has struggled when opposing pass-catchers have gotten into space, conceding an average of 5.51 yards-after-the-catch since the start of last season: the 10th-most in football.

, THE BLITZ projects the Atlanta Falcons to be the 7th-most run-oriented offense in the NFL (adjusted for context) right now with a 41.3% run rate.

, THE BLITZ projects this game to see the 3rd-highest volume of plays run on the slate this week at 130.2 plays, accounting for the tendencies of each team and game dynamics.

, THE BLITZ projects Cordarrelle Patterson to total 13.8 carries in this game, on average, ranking in the 87th percentile among RBs.

, Cordarrelle Patterson has been a more important option in his offense’s rushing attack this season (57.9% Carry Share in games he has been on the field) than he was last season (45.4%).

, Cordarrelle Patterson’s running efficiency has improved this year, compiling 5.83 yards-per-carry compared to a mere 3.95 figure last year.

, The Falcons are a big 10.5-point underdog in this week’s game, which points towards an extreme passing game script.

, THE BLITZ projects this game to see the 3rd-highest volume of plays run on the slate this week at 130.2 plays, accounting for the tendencies of each team and game dynamics.

, The weather report calls for 0-mph wind in this game. Low wind typically means higher pass volume, higher TD potential, and increased passing efficiency.

, Opposing QBs have averaged 37.3 pass attempts per game against the Los Angeles Rams defense since the start of last season: 3rd-most in the NFL.

, THE BLITZ projects Kyle Pitts to total 8.0 targets in this contest, on average, ranking him in the 99th percentile among tight ends.

The Rams are a big 10.5-point favorite this week, indicating an extreme rushing game script.

, The Los Angeles Rams have run the 10th-least plays in football since the start of last season, averaging just 61.4 plays per game.

, The Atlanta Falcons defensive front has gotten pressure on opposing quarterbacks a mere 2.43 seconds after the snap (on average), ranking as the 9th-best in the league since the start of last season.

, The Atlanta Falcons have stacked the box vs. opponents on just 11.5% of their plays since the start of last season, 6th-least in the league. Choosing not to keep an extra defender close to the line of scrimmage improves pass defense at the expense of run-stopping.

, The Los Angeles Rams have utilized play action on a measly 21.0% of their passing plays since the start of last season (5th-least in the NFL), creating a more one-dimensional offense that hurts passing production.

, THE BLITZ projects the Los Angeles Rams to be the 7th-least run-oriented team in the NFL (adjusted for context) right now with a 36.0% run rate.

, The Los Angeles Rams have run the 10th-least plays in football since the start of last season, averaging just 61.4 plays per game.

, The forecast calls for 0-mph wind in this game. Low wind typically means increased pass volume, increased TD potential, and increased passing effectiveness.

, Darrell Henderson has been among the worst running backs in football at picking up extra rushing yardage, averaging a lowly 2.51 yards-after-contact since the start of last season while grading out in the 13th percentile.

, The Los Angeles Rams have gone for it on 4th down just 14.7% of the time since the start of last season (4th-least in the NFL), which typically means less offensive volume, less TD potential, and lower offensive stats across the board.

, The Rams are a big 10.5-point favorite this week, indicating an extreme rushing game script.

, The Los Angeles Rams have run the 10th-least plays in football since the start of last season, averaging just 61.4 plays per game.

, Matthew Stafford’s passing efficiency has worsened this year, accumulating a mere 6.10 yards-per-target vs a 7.65 mark last year.

, The Atlanta Falcons defensive front has gotten pressure on opposing quarterbacks a mere 2.43 seconds after the snap (on average), ranking as the 9th-best in the league since the start of last season.

, The Atlanta Falcons have stacked the box vs. opponents on just 11.5% of their plays since the start of last season, 6th-least in the league. Choosing not to keep an extra defender close to the line of scrimmage improves pass defense at the expense of run-stopping.

, The Rams are a big 10.5-point favorite this week, indicating an extreme rushing game script.

, The Los Angeles Rams have run the 10th-least plays in football since the start of last season, averaging just 61.4 plays per game.

, Tyler Higbee’s ball-catching skills have declined this season, with his Completion% falling off from 74.6% to 54.2%.

, Tyler Higbee’s receiving effectiveness has tailed off this year, accumulating a mere 3.93 yards-per-target vs a 7.11 mark last year.

, The Atlanta Falcons pass defense has excelled when opposing TEs have gotten into space, yielding an average of 4.01 yards-after-the-catch since the start of last season: the 2nd-least in football.

, THE BLITZ projects the Atlanta Falcons as the 7th-least pass-heavy offense in football (adjusted for context) at the present time with a 58.7% pass rate.

, The Atlanta Falcons have called the 2nd-least plays in the NFL since the start of last season, averaging a lowly 59.2 plays per game.

, The Atlanta Falcons offensive line ranks as the 4th-worst in football since the start of last season in protecting the QB, which has a harmful effect on all pass attack metrics across the board.

, The Los Angeles Rams pass defense has shown good efficiency versus WRs since the start of last season, giving up 7.65 yards-per-target to the position: the 6th-least in the NFL.

, The Los Angeles Rams cornerbacks rank as the 2nd-best collection of CBs in the NFL since the start of last season in covering receivers.

, THE BLITZ projects the Atlanta Falcons as the 7th-least pass-heavy offense in football (adjusted for context) at the present time with a 58.7% pass rate.

, The Atlanta Falcons have called the 2nd-least plays in the NFL since the start of last season, averaging a lowly 59.2 plays per game.

, Marcus Mariota has attempted a measly 4.4 throws per game since the start of last season, ranking in the 3rd percentile among QBs.

, The Atlanta Falcons offensive line ranks as the 4th-worst in football since the start of last season in protecting the QB, which has a harmful effect on all pass attack metrics across the board.

, Marcus Mariota has been among the weakest QBs in football since the start of last season, averaging 26.0 yards per game while grading out in the 3rd percentile.

, The Falcons are a big 10.5-point underdog in this week’s game, which points towards an extreme passing game script.

, The Atlanta Falcons have called the 2nd-least plays in the NFL since the start of last season, averaging a lowly 59.2 plays per game.

, The weather report calls for 0-mph wind in this game. Low wind typically means higher pass volume, higher TD potential, and increased passing efficiency.

, The Los Angeles Rams defense owns the 4th-best efficiency against opposing rushing attacks since the start of last season, surrendering just 4.04 yards-per-carry.

, The Los Angeles Rams defensive ends grade out as the best unit in football since the start of last season when it comes to defending the run.

, THE BLITZ projects the Atlanta Falcons as the 7th-least pass-heavy offense in football (adjusted for context) at the present time with a 58.7% pass rate.

, The Atlanta Falcons have called the 2nd-least plays in the NFL since the start of last season, averaging a lowly 59.2 plays per game.

, The Atlanta Falcons offensive line ranks as the 4th-worst in football since the start of last season in protecting the QB, which has a harmful effect on all pass attack metrics across the board.

, Kyle Pitts’s receiving reliability have declined this season, with his Completion% shrinking from 62.0% to 24.4%.

, Kyle Pitts’s pass-catching efficiency has diminished this year, compiling just 2.37 yards-per-target vs a 8.66 mark last year.